Every Monday, I share my "reading notes". Those are the articles, blog posts, podcast episodes, and books that catch my interest during the week and that I found interesting.
It's a mix of the actuality and what I consumed. Enjoy!
Suggestion of the week
- Approval Workflows With GitHub Actions (Aaron Powell) - Wow! That's a very clever and impressive way to have step flow in GitHub. All the details are in the post if you would like to create your own.
- How to use Azure App Service managed certificates (Michael Crump) - It's that simple. A few clicks and you will; have https.
- Using GitHub Actions to deploy a .Net Web App (Gregor Suttie) - A nice tutorial to learn how to deploy a Hugo website.
- Blazor WebAssembly 3.2.0 Preview 3 release now available (Daniel Ruth) - OMG! Super excited about all those new features as they will all help me in a current project I'm working on...
- Creating an event-driven architecture out of existing, non-event-driven systems (Richard Seroter) - An interesting post that explains the different options to go event-driven.
- GitHub with Azure DevOps | Premier Developer (GitHub with Azure DevOps) - Very interesting post that explains al the benefits of using this mixt, and why an enterprise would be interested to do that.
- The Joy of making with LEGO Master and Cosplaying Engineer Amie DD (Hanselminutes with Scott Hanselman) - A delicious episode and BTW I watch Lego master because of that.
- #31: Julie Lerman - Software Coach, Writer & Speaker (The Solo Coder Podcast) - I was really looking forward to listen to this interview. Julie is an extraordinary person and an amazing communicator.
- 193: UI Is Messy (Merge Conflict) - I, once more, had a nice moment listening to that discussion/ argumentation about different patterns pros and cons.
- Bond At A Distance With The Remote Team Cooking Challenge (Alexia) - We are so creative when we want. Super.